Leading the studio at the Prague Institute is Adam Gebrian, who graduated with honors from the Faculty of Architecture in Liberec (2006), and completed a postgraduate course at SCI-Arc in Los Angeles thanks to receiving a Fulbright Scholarship (2008). His study and work have taken him to many cities around the world including Amsterdam (Academie van Bouwkunst), Rotterdam (Maxwan architects and urbanists), Prague (A69 Architects), Paris (Dominique Perrault Architecture), London (Bamber & Reddan Architects), and Los Angeles.
Having published the collection of lectures 29+3, he also held a position on the editorial board of the magazine Era21 (2007-14) and saw his project for Dubai exhibited at 11th Biennale in Venice (2008). For many years he has hosted his radio show “Bourani,” and has been a regular columnist on contemporary architecture for national newspapers such as Hospodářské Noviny, Lidove Noviny, and Respekt.
In 2009-12, he worked at Faculty of Art and Architecture of TU in Liberec and took part in the launch of the first private architecture school in the Czech Republic – ARCHIP. He has curated many exhibitions such as Mestske zasahy (Urban Inteventions) Prague 2010, Brno 2011, Ostrov pokladu, Ze života lidi a domů and Anastomosis. In his spare time he helps to organize Pecha Kucha Nights (informal gatherings for creative people) in Prague where he currently resides.